The Russian military said on Wednesday it had destroyed a large number of “weapons” supplied to Q in an attack. United States And in European countries, Western efforts are intensifying and providing armsUkraine Facing Moscow. “Numerous foreign weapons and ammunition barns supplied to Ukrainian forces from the United States and European countries were destroyed by high-precision caliber missiles fired from the sea at an aluminum plant in southeastern Ukraine,” the Russian Defense Ministry said. He did not specify which weapons were destroyed in the attack.
Russia says it has carried out airstrikes against 59 Ukrainian targets, including 50 troops and four ammunition depots.
Vladimir Putin promises “lightning retaliation” to any country that intervenes in the war in Ukraine
The U.S. base in Rammstein, Germany, was hit by threats the day after Washington’s forces or 40 allies met yesterday. Addressing a rally in St. Petersburg, the Russian president issued a warning to the West. “If anyone thinks of interfering in the affairs of Ukraine from the outside and creating unacceptable threats to Russia, he should know that our response will be quick and drastic. We have all the tools that no one has today and will use those tools if necessary,” he said.
Many Ukrainian areas taken in the east
The announcement came as about 40 countries met in Germany on Tuesday at the invitation of the United States to strengthen security in Ukraine. After initially reluctant to supply attack weapons to kyiv, Washington, like Britain, France and the Czech Republic, has also taken a downturn.
Meanwhile, the Ukrainian military on Wednesday acknowledged the advance of Russian forces in the east of the country, capturing several locations in the Kharkiv region and the Donbass. For now, the Russian Defense Ministry has not commented on the announcements.
Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations
Antonio Guterres announced his arrival in Ukraine.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres arrived in Ukraine on Wednesday, announcing on his Twitter account on Wednesday that this was his first visit since the start of the Russian invasion on February 24. “I came to Ukraine after I moved to Moscow,” he wrote, “wanting to continue our mission to provide humanitarian support and ensure the evacuation of civilians from war zones.” Mr. Guterres is scheduled to go to theaters during the Russian occupation on Thursday morning, before meeting with Borodianka, Irpin and Boutcha, Foreign Minister Dmytro Kouleba and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
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